By Bhaskar Rana
August 14, 2022
Self-improvement doesn’t mean we'll only see positive results. It's far more complicated than that.
If we use self-improvement to defeat others, it wouldn’t work. The focus should be on breaking through our limits.
We don’t need to be desperate to reach our goals. It’s better to focus on dedication and hard work.
True self-improvement is behind-the-scenes progress. Using it as a tool to impress others will not speed up our growth.
Every person has different skill sets and ways of learning or gaining experiences. We shouldn't compare ourselves with anyone.
Strong mindset isn't enough to guarantee self-improvement. One needs to work 12-14 hours a day to achieve success too.
Not necessarily. Whether it’s multi-tasking or not, people still improve themselves and get results.